ASIAN MISSIONS ADVANCE

ASIAN MISSIONS ADVANCE was published from 1978 to 1993 by the East-West Center for Missions Research and Development as the official bulletin of the Asia Missions Association. Asian Missions Advance has restarted publishing from August 2011 as the Quarterly Bulletin of the Asia Missions Association under the editorship of Dr. Timothy K. Park and Dr. Steve K. Eom.

EDITORTimothy K. Park
ASSOCIATED EDITORSteve K. Eom
MANAGING EDITORHelen E. Cho
EDITORIAL STAFFDample Dulcero-Baclagon
SENIOR CONTRIBUTING EDITORSJacob Nahuway, Eun Moo Lee
CONTRIBUTING EDITORSSusanta Patra, David lim
REGIONALKal-Yum Cheung teng, John Kirubakaran, Yohannes Nahuway, Young Sung Cho

 

COPIES of ASIAN MISSIONS ADVANCE 

Asian Missions Advance #48 (July 2015)
          1. Editorial: Paradigm Shift in Mission Practices (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Directing Emphasis to One Overarching Goal: Reproducing Church Planting Movements (David S. Lim)
          3. Why Not… Now? (Susanta Patra)
          4.Patron-Client Dynamics Between Korean Missionaries and Cambodian Christians (Robert Oh)
          5. The Importance of Prayer in Evangelism (Matt Slick)
          6. The Challenge of Nominalism (Ross Campbell)
          7. Discipling the World (Eun Moo Lee)
          8. Missions in Sri Lanka (Mahesh De Mel)

Asian Missions Advance #47 (April 2015)
          1. Editorial: Expand the Horizon Timothy (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Ten Lessons from the Life of John R. Mott (Luis K. Bush)
          3. A Study on the Shortage of Young Missionaries in Hongkong (K. Y. Cheung Teng)
          4. Centrality of the Cross in the 21st Century Mission (Seth Kofi Anyomi)
          5. Chinese & Korean Churches for World Evangelization (Bong Rin Ro)
          6. Reflection on Leadership Issues: Past and Future (Esther Lee Park)

Asian Missions Advance #46 (January 2015)
          1. Editorial: Changing Forces of the Global Mission (Timothy K. Park)
          2. History of the Evangelization of Brazil (Elben M. Lenz César)
          3. Effective Disciple-Making Made Simple (David S. Lim)
          4. The Influence of Korean Mission on World Missionary Movement: A New Mission Model (Timothy K. Park)
          5. An American Kairos: St. Louis Area Churches And the Dred Scott Court Case Of 1846-1857 (J. Nelson Jennings)
          6. When Did Cultural Diversity Begin? (Marvin J. Newell)
          7. Discipleship in the 21St Century in the Context of Post-Soviet Reality (Vitaly Maksimjuk)

Asian Missions Advance #45 (October 2014)
          1. Editorial: (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Am I Still Me? (Lois & Lawrence Dodds)
          3. A Nuu-Chah-Nulth Mission (David Han)
          4. Disciple Making In Asia’s Buddhist Context (Chansamone Saiyasak)
          5. When Did Human Culture Begin? (Marvin Newell)
          6. Dr. Dale Kietzman, One of the Great Unsung Heroes of the Church (Dan Wooding)
          7. Child Labor In India (Joseph Oun Ho Cho)
          8. NATIONAL REPORT: Nigeria (Reuben Ezemadu)
          9. MINISTRY REPORT: Life Concern Ministries (Aliba Imchen)

Asian Missions Advance #44 (July 2014)
          1. Editorial: (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Looking Into the Eyes of the Hidden Among Us (Jonathan Nambu)
          3. Migration, Change and Christian Mission: A Contextual Reflection (Atul Y. Aghamkar)
          4. Vessels of Honour (Panya Baba)
          5. Missiological Framework for the Contextualization of Christ-Centered Communities (David S. Lim)
          6. The Need for Transformation and Avenues of Missions in North East India (J. M. Ngul Khan Pau)
          7. The Theology of Partnership: Equality Issues in the Ministry (Esther Park)
          8. The Challenge of the Unfinished Task of Global Cross- Cultural Mission in the 21St Century (Azaki Nashon Awyetu)

Asian Missions Advance #43 (April 2014)
          1. Editorial: Diversity in Missions (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Missionary Obligation and Global Transformation: 40 years After Lausanne, 1974 (Scott W. Sunquist)
          3. Effective Partnerships For Church Multiplication and Insider Movements (David S. Lim)
          4. Restoring Christ’s Model of Discipleship (Won Sang Lee)
          5. Erasing the Line Between Missionary & Tentmaker (Dale W. Kietzman)
          6. The Active Players in Africa (Andre Talla)
          7. Opportunities & Challenges for Social Justice Missions in Asia (Alan McMahan)
          8. Ministry Report: GHNM (Raphael Ongango)

Asian Missions Advance #42 (January 2014)
          1. New Year: New Mission Opportunities (Timothy K. Park)
          2. International Student Ministry: A Most Strategic Yet Most Inexpensive Global Mission Opportunity Arises in Asia (Leiton Edward Chinn)
          3. A Report on Silk Road Missions (Life Hong)
          4. Anthropological Insights for Gospel Communicators in African-Muslim Contexts (Caleb Kim)
          5. Integral Mission: What’s It All About? (Melba Padilla Maggay)
          6. Is Evangelism Ever a Sin? Ethical Evangelism in a Watching World (Marvin J. Newell)
          7. A Model of Compassion in Ministry (Suraja Raman)
          8.Boat Type Mission vs. Sailor Type Mission (Yong Seong Cho)
          9. The AMA 11th Triennial Convention: An Observer’s Recollection (Damples Dulcero-Baclagon)
          10. Reflections: The AMA 11th Triennial Convention

Asian Missions Advance #41 (October 2013)
          1. Editorial: Working Together (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Philippine Missions Association (David Lim)
          3. India Missions Association (Susanta Patra)
          4. Korea World Missions Association (Paul Han)
          5. Movement for African National Initiatives (Reuben Ezemadu)
          6. Cooperación Misionera Ibero Americana (Bertil Ekström & Decio de Carvalho)
          7. Latin American Indian Ministries (Dale W. Kietzman)
          8. Missio-Nexus (Marvin J. Newell)
          9. Lausanne Movement (Julia Cameron)
          10. Asian Mission Movements in Asia Today (David Lim)

Asian Missions Advance #40 (July 2013)
          1. Importance of Field Missionary Experience (Timothy K. Park)
          2. The House Church Movements in Asia (David S. Lim)
          3. Experiences of a Grassroot Level Missionary (L. Masilamani)
          4. Maintaining One’s Self-Identity in the Mission Field (Tae Yun Hwang)
          5. Amazing Work of God in Philippine Missions (Bibien Limlingan)
          6. Continuous Education for Missionaries (J. N. Manokaran)
          7. A Critical Evaluation and Evangelical Proposal to the WCC-Assembly 2013 in Busan (Peter Beyerhaus)

Asian Missions Advance #39 (April 2013)
          1. Editorial: Special Issue for the 40th Anniversary of AMA (Timothy K. Park)
          2. How AMA was Conceived and Developed (David J. Cho)
          3. AMA: Making Missions More Effective (Dale W. Kietzman)
          4. Apostolic Assurance in Evangelism (Philip Teng)
          5. The Two Structures of God’s Redemptive Mission (Ralph D. Winter)
          6. A Mission Program That Secceeds (George W. Peters)
          7. A Western Appraisal of Seoul ’73 (C. Peter Wagner)
          8. The 40th Anniversary of AMA 

Asian Missions Advance #38 (January 2013)
          1. Importance of Field Missionary Experience (Timothy K. Park)
          2. The House Church Movements in Asia (David S. Lim)
          3. Experiences of a Grassroot Level Missionary (L. Masilamani)
          4. Maintaining One’s Self-Identity in the Mission Field (Tae Yun Hwang)
          5. Amazing Work of God in Philippine Missions (Bibien Limlingan)
          6. Continuous Education for Missionaries (J. N. Manokaran)
          7. A Critical Evaluation and Evangelical Proposal to the WCC-Assembly 2013 in Busan (Peter Beyerhaus)

Asian Missions Advance #37 (October 2012)
          1. Editorial: Historical Documentation in Mission (Timothy K. Park)
          2. The Christian World Mission Today (Peter Beyerhaus)
          3. Issues, Challenges, Trends and Models of African Churches’ Participation in Global Mission (Reuben Ezemadu)
          4. The Latin American Missionary Movement (Decio de Carvalho)
          5. Apostolic DNA and Missionary Movement of Early Korean Church (David J. Cho)
          6. Can We Speak of the “UGLY” Missionary? (Dale W. Kietzman)
          7. A Missiology of the Righteous Rich (Jonathan Bonk)

Asian Missions Advance #36 (July 2012)
          1. Editorial: Mission and Immigration (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Diaspora Phenomenon of the World and Ministry Possibilities (Greg Paek)
          3. Not Too Much, Not Too Little (Young Joong Cho)
          4. The Grace of Giving: Principles from 2 Corintians 8 and 9 (Dale W. Kietzman)
          5. Reaching Every People: A Necessary First Step (Greg H. Parsons)
          6. An Asian Perspective for Frontier Mission Among the Muslim Unreached People Groups (John Kim)
          7. Heartbeat of God for Europe (Daniel Chae)
          8. Seminar Report: Missions and Money (Steve K. Eom)
          9. Ministries for Family Enrichment (Tom & Jeannine Gonzalez)

Asian Missions Advance #35 (April 2012)
          1. The Report on ASM Forum (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Hinduism: Mission Strategy (Susanta Patra)
          3. Hinduism: Mission Strategy – Response (Joseph Ounho Cho)
          4. The Adaptation of Buddhism and Christianity to Asian Soil (Chansamone Saiyasak)
          5. The Adaptation of Buddhism and Christianity to Asian Soil – Response (Chester Choi)
          6. Mission in the Muslim World – A Decade After 9/11 (J. Dudley Woodberry)
          7. Asian Mission and Socialism (Philo Kim)
          8. Leadership Development in Asian Contexts (Bong Rin Ro)

Asian Missions Advance #34 (January 2012)
          1. The Role of Research & Publication in Christian Mission (David J Cho)
          2. Research & Publication in Christian Mission (Elben M Lenz Cesar)
          3. Reflection and Research in the New Context of Global Mission (Todd M. Johnson and LouAnn Stropoli)
          4. Literature Mission: Model of Korean Church (Jong Koo Park)
          5. Forming Leaders within the Emerging Mission Movement (Reuben Ezemadu)
          6. God’s Most Wonderful Acts in World Mission (Philip Teng)
          7. Asian Society of Missiology (ASM): Think Tank or Nature, or Both? (David Hartono)
          8. National Report: Myanmar (Aung Mang; Thang Cin Pau)

Asian Missions Advance #33 (October 2011)
          1. New Partnership in Ministry (Timothy K. Park)
          2. MISSION: The Transformation of Church and Community (Reynaldo S. Taniajura)
          3. Church and Mission Relationship (John Kirubakaran)
          4. Church’s Missional Task in a Post-Modernist Situation (Peter Beyerhaus)
          5. Towards Closure: Imperial or Incarnational Missions? (David S. Lim)
          6. Effective Cross-cultural Leadership Development (Dale W. Kietzman)
          7. The Role of Churches on Spiritual Awakening in Christian Mission (Won Sang Lee)
          8. Regional Reports (Decio de Carvalho; Reuben Ezemadu)

Asian Missions Advance #32 (August 2011)
          1. Renewing the Vision (Timothy K. Park)
          2. Current Issues in Christian Mission (Paul E. Pierson)
          3. Missional Approach in Seminary Curriculum (K. Y. Cheung Teng)
          4. Some Suggestive Concerns on Missiometrics (David J. Cho)
          5. Global Mission and the Local Church (Eddy Ho)
          6. 4/14 Window: New Dimension of Mission (Eunmoo Lee)
          7. Heartbeat of God for Europe (Daniel Chae)
          8. National Report: India Missions Association (Susanta Patra)
          9. Special Report: Still Fighting for Freedom (Dan Wooding)

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